Voices from Russia

Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Ex-Jesuit Exposes Role of the Unia in Ukrainian Nationalism

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This is truth. Give heed to it… note well traitors like Vassa Larina and John Jillions who kiss the naked ass of the Unia…

BMD

Saturday, 25 March 2017

Christian is as Christian Does… Words Mean NOTHING

I’d observe that Vladyki Lazar’s opponents are mostly Pharisees… they do love to tell us how “holy” and “religious” they are…

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“Conservatives” hate Vladyki Lazar… he shows them up to be the hypocrites, liars, and deceivers that they are. They think themselves “Christians” because they hate “queers” and they hate Planned Parenthood. Christianity’s foundations are Love and Thanksgiving… not Hate and Fear. One of these things is not like the other.

BMD

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There’s no Christ in a Christianity that allows children in the wealthiest nation on earth to go to bed hungry, and go to school the next day hungry. Surely, Satan triumphs when someone commits this sin (in large measure) to give more to the wealthiest citizens in that nation. How is it that a national programme [of feeding the hungry] began in Hindu and Sikh temples and the Federal Government in primarily Hindu India took it up, but no such nationwide movement has arisen in America, with Christian Churches pressuring the Federal Government to fulfil this most basic Christian obligation, this most fundamental commandment of Christ? Individual congregations here and there certainly do undertake this task in local areas, but if a Third World essentially Hindu nation can fulfil what should be a basic obligation of humanity, how is it that a very wealthy nation, one that boasts of its “Christianity”, is unable to do so?

Bishop Lazar Puhalo

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Sunday, 20 November 2016

20 November 2016. Today is HH’s Birthday… He’s 70… На многая лета!

04a Kirill and Zyuganov

HH chatting with his good friend Comrade Zyuganov… just think, Potapov and Whiteford have to commemorate Red Kirill at EVERY LITURGY! What a laugh! God does exist… and He has a wicked sense of humour…

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Today is HH’s birthday… he’s 70. One of the people invited to the shindig was Tikhon Mollard. Mollard got tons more (and better) attention from HH than Fatso ever got. Of course, Mollard isn’t really the head of an autocephalous Local Church… everybody knows that the OCA is a Stepin Fetchit dependency of the Centre. HH still looks hale and hearty… he’s got another good ten years in him, if anything. I’ll say this… if you want to cross Kirill Mikhailovich, you’d best get up early and you’d best succeed on the first try… just sayin’…

BMD

Saturday, 20 August 2016

20 August 2016. A Point to Ponder…

00 Glory to the Young Heroes of Novorossiya. 13.03.15

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I want to express my faith in today’s young people. I have said before, and repeat again, that I believe that this generation, the Millennials, is better than my generation. Moreover, I don’t think that they are less spiritual, if anything, they are more spiritually inclined than my generation. It’s true that some previous generations were more externally religious, but they lacked many of the better qualities of humanity such as openness and acceptance of others. The millennials are less prejudiced, more compassionate, and more desirous to know the truth of matters before judging and condemning. When they do seek something spiritual, they aren’t looking for religious tribalism, but spiritual meaning… a more genuine faith, and not a religious tribe that regards other religious tribes with suspicion. I take comfort in the under-30s and teens of this era, they do give me hope for better things to come. The Orthodox Church has much to offer them, and ultimate answers; many of our clergy, however, have little indeed to offer to them except more tribalism, more prejudice, and (sometimes) more hate. One might hope that over the next decade that we might correct this, as we see young men entering the priesthood, that they’d be better educated about humanity itself, and less given to mediaeval superstitions. We should be far more involved in speaking to the aspirations of our present generation and not being critical of their better qualities, rather than striving to inculcate them with our own fears, angst, prejudices, and cynicism.

Archbishop Lazar Puhalo

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